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we know at this point? >> reporter: well, poppy, what we know is that investigators in hazmat suits are still searching the landfill. we learned from a u.s. law enforcement officials that the leads to that search actually came from not only the suspect himself, dzhokhar tsarnaev, but also others who may know about the whereabouts of that laptop, those that may have disposed of it after the bombing at the boston marathon. but, then, authorities searching for the laptop in the hrapb feel in bedford, massachusetts. >> and it's said that authorities found out others may have helped in the disposal of the laptop, so there may be accomplices or people with knowledge. and behind you, a lot of focus on the prison facility where dzhokhar tsarnaev is now at the hospital. what do we know about his condition? the fact that they were able to move him there, i think, tells us a lot. >> reporter: it does tell us a lot. at last check he is in fair condition. but we are told from sources that he is sitting up and able to write. seems like his condition is drastically improving, poppy, from where he
coverage of the boston bombing. i am poppy harlow coming to you live from boston this saturday morning, it is 8:00 on the east coast, 5:00 out west. thank you for starting your day with us. >> i just sort of want to let those people know that it's not over. it's not, you know, your life isn't done. >> reporter: for some of the boston bombing survivors the road to recovery seems endless but there is new life after near death. meet one man with a message for the boston victims who speaks from very personal experience. >>>. >>> combing through a landfill. investigators searching for dzhokhar tsarnaev's laptop, what they hope to find if they uncover a missing computer. >>> new information the boston bombers did read an online magazine inspired by al qaeda that explains how to build a bomb. we're going to have much more information on what it is and how it wasn't just a manual but maybe even a motivator. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> i am here on boylston street in boston, behind me the memorials honoring the victims of the bombings, four crosses for sean colliers, the m.i.t. po
>>> good morning, everyone. i'm poppy harlow. it is 7:00 out here on the east coast, thank you for starting your morning with us. we are coming to you live, again, this morning from bausen with the latest on the bombing investigation. the fbi has finished searching a nearby landfill. looking for a laptop supposedly used by dzhokhar tsarnaev. from russia, the fbi has gotten new information on the suspect's mother. phil black is live in moscow this morning. hello, phil, what are we learning? >> poppy, good morning. we have been told that russian authorities intercepted a communication between the bombing suspect's mother and one of the bombing suspects and we are told this not by russian authorities but a u.s. official who showed them to be discussing jihad. this was intercepted back in 2011 but only made available to the fbi in the last few days. the context here. we know back in 2011, russian authorities asked the fbi to investigate tamerlan tsarnaev and his mother because of concerns of radical. they didn't find any information to suggest they were a threat. they went back to
>>> good morning, everyone. i'm poppy harlow. welcome to our continuing coverage of the boston coverage. news that federal investigators will be back at work today here in boston looking for more clues in the bombing. the fbi at this point is not saying what, if anything, they found. but we do know what they were looking for, that is tsarnaev's laptop. that could have important information on the planning of the boston attacks. new information coming in from the russia. bill, hello to you. first of all, what are we learning about the mother at this hour? >> poppy, good morning. cnn is being told that russian authorities intercepted a communication between the bombing suspect's mother and one of the bomb suspects. we were told this, not by russian authorities, but a u.s. official who said the intercept was made back in 2011, but made available to u.s. authorities only in the last few days. now, we know that back in two 2011 the russians asked the fbi to investigate tamerlan tsarnaev. the fbi looked into him and found no evidence that he was a threat and they went back to the rus
. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm poppy harlow joining you live from boston this saturday. it is 10:00 out here on the east coast, 7:00 in the morning out west. so glad you're with us this saturday. ahead this hour, the boston bombing suspect may have a lawyer now, but the questioning is far from over. hear what a former secret service agent and interrogator has to say about what could come next. plus, he lost all his limbs, but not his passion for life. an amazing 13-year-old boy, very special message to the victims of the boston bombings. and we're coming to you live from boylston street this morning as people in boston try to get back to business as normal or as much as they can after this whole area being shut down in the aftermath of the bombing. the investigation is now focused on a land fill, which is about an hour away from where i'm standing, in new bedford, massachusetts, close to the university of massachusetts dartmouth. that's where suspect dzhokhar tsarnaev went to school. investigators are searching for a laptop, which could provide more information about the planning and ex
. and he remains under heavy guard. >> cnn's poppy harlow joins us on how all of this unfolded. good morning, poppy. >> reporter: good morning, christine and john. it was unreal. that's really the only word that i can find to describe what happened over the 24 hours, especially in this community. you have got these beautiful houses all around. this is the last thing they expected. truly dramatic. a very tense 24 hours, and very scary 24 hours, and especially for the residents here, and here is how it all went down. an extraordinary manhunt for two brothers on the run. >> today we are listing the public's help to identify the two suspects. >> just hours after it began, an mit officer is gunned down. then a carjacking. a middle-of-the-night chase in watertown where a shoot-out with police ensued. sources tell cnn the suspects threw a grenade and pipe bombs at police. >> it was like, boom, boom, like three big bangs. >> reporter: officers shoot suspect number one, tamerlan tsarnaev. >> what we are looking for right now is a suspect consistent with the description of suspect number two.
for a check of your top stories making news right now. >>> good morning everyone. happy sunday. i'm poppy harlow. it's 8:00 here in boston, 5:00 on the west coast. glad you're with us this morning. federal investigators are type-lipped this morning about what they may have found in a nearby landfill. they were searching for dzhokhar tsarnaev's laptop computer. it's believed the bombing suspect's computer could have very critical information about the plans of the attack and whether the brothers truly acted alone as dzhokhar told investigators. the fbi is still conducting interviews as they look for more information on the bombing. and that quest for new information seems to have stalled since suspect dzhokhar tsarnaev was read his miranda rights leading some to criticize that move. now the administration is responding to that criticism and pamela is live with that story. i know you're standing at the prison hospital where dzhokhar is being held. what is the administration saying at this hour? >> well, poppy, my colleague brianna keilar spoke to attorney general eric holder last night at t
>>> it's 7:30 a.m. on the east coast. welcome back. i am poppy harlow. i am joining you live from boston. i want to bring you up-to-date on five stories we are also following from here in boston this morning. number one, investigators looking into the boston bombing. they are searching a landfill about 40 miles away from where i am standing hope to find a laptop computer used by bombing suspect, dzhokhar tsarnaev. it could have very important information about the attack and sources say police were tipped off to the landfill by dzhokhar himself and others. >>> and then taking a closer look at a piece of an airplane believed to be part of one of those that crashed into the world trade center. a piece of landing gear was found in a small space between two buildings near ground zero. >> the third story, governor rick perry of texas asking for an apology from a california newspaper that published an editorial cartoon appearing to link perry's push to less regulation to the recent fertilizer plant explosion that killed 14 people and injured many others. it's a image of perry bragging t
to our continuing coverage of the boston bombing. i am poppy harlow coming live. we have new details about why investigators are combing in a landfill. the critical information they hope to find to a possible clue of an accomplice. >>> and also new, suspected al qaeda magazine that has a how-to for terrorists organizations, and it tells how to make a bomb, and it may have been a motivator. and a second chance to finish the marathon. what one couple is doing to cross the finish line at last. >>> i am here on boilston street. here life is trying and people are trying to get back to normal. it's now just over a week since the capture of dzhokhar tsarnaev. and there are still a lot of unanswered questions about what happened and why. those questions have led investigators to a landfill about an hour away from here. it's in new bedford, massachusetts. it's near where dzhokhar went to school. cnn national correspondent, susan candiotti spoke to anderson cooper about the investigation. >> the leads to search the landfill for that laptop computer came not only from the suspect himself, the y
like stitch carpets and sew clothes. a lot of the land turned to poppy cultivation during the soviet -- they needed to feed their families and poppy was the best alternative. fast forward to the opportunity -- the current american presence. a well-founded desire to get them away from growing poppy, for all the obvious reasons, not the least of which that money helps to sustain the insurgency. afghans said, help us grow cot top again, and a very couple smart u.s. experts thought that was a good idea. wasn't be the most efficient crop but something they knew how to grow and wanted to grow. well, the u.s. agency for international development put roadblocks at every stain of -- step of the way. they said cotton is not to afghanistan's advantage. us a beck stan and pakistan grow more efficiently. afghanistans just need this as a way to get farmers to feed their families. 'and then finally, aid cited a 1986 act of congress, a the bumpers amendment, sponsored by senator dale bumpers of arkansas, that is a protectionist act that bars u.s. taxpayer money from helping another country's cotton
and their hometown. the world is cheering on boston and the red sox. poppy harlow joins me live at the ballpark. poppy, would i want to be the team that beats boston now? >> reporter: i do not think you would, don. all is fair in love and war in professional sports i suppose, but i don't know, this is a city, a country rooting for the boston red sox. this is the first home game since the bombing at the monday marathon. they have a tradition of having a morning home game before the marathon on monday and then running the marathon. and it is this entire citywide celebration. this is the first time back at fenway. want to show you this poster. people walking in holding this, boston strong. and you see from the video all of the people extremely excited and proud to be bostonians. special ceremony before the game today. the entire crowd sang the national anthem together, in unis unison, showing how tight knit this community is now. and the red sox are wearing some special jerseys, special home whites. usually say red sox across the front. today they say boston across the front. they're going to auct
now to poppy harlow. she is live at brigham & women's hospital, where dozens of victims are being treated at this moment. two of them are in critical condition. good morning, poppy. what's the latest? >> reporter: good morning, john. well, the number, the tally of those injured in this tragedy is at its highest number since this occurred. 144, that is the count of those injured. three fatalities that we know of thus far. 31, the most of those injured are right behind me at brigham & women's hospital. 17 of the total injured are in critical condition. at least 17. 25 are considered in serious condition. we know that at least eight of the injured, john, eight of them are children. we can also tell you that at this point ten people that suffered so much in this attack had limbs amputated through all of this. one person that witnessed it that was literally between the two bombs described it to me like a war zone. he said, i picture things like this, i hear about it happening in iraq or in israel, not in america. he talked about running away from it, and in terms of those that were inj
there's a wink, wink, nod, nod you start talking about the poppy and the drug situation. it's almost analogous to columbia 15 years ago. i'm kind of a cynic on this and i'm very surprised way things have turned out in columbia. because of the political situation and this variable, can you address that. they're talking about this year's going to be a bumper crop over there again and whether this will help establish a degree of ability to allow our troops come home and reduce the long term national security threat. poppy is a huge challenge. we've seen big ups and downs. the core drivers and we have learned this from peru and columbia and other areas where we've had successful alternative development programs. woe help with improving weak yields. working for export opportunities for the gulf and other countries in the area and one of the few things that's been effective at getting people out of poppy and these other areas is creating the opportunities that are safe and legal and financially fiscally rewarding to small producers and small businesses there. the poppy was going to the wes
. that is a small silver lining here. cnn's poppy harlow joins me now. i've been talking to doctors overnight telling me, you know, these are things they have never seen in their lives. and if they have, it's only places from places like iraq and afghanistan. what are you hearing this morning. >> it's a very good point, john. what i heard over and over from some of the trauma surgeons is they've never seen the volume or quantity they've seen rush into their er as happened in these late hours after this attack occurred. brave. brave is the word that a trauma surgeon at massachusetts general used to describe the patients saying they are brave. they are doing whatever needs to be done to get through this. three fatalities, 144 injuries that we know of at this point in time, 17 of those at least critical, 25 serious, eight of them children. and at least ten people have had to have their limbs amputate the as a result of this horrific attack. the youngest victim we believe at this point in time, the youngest injured person, 2 years old. the eldest, we believe, 71 years old. so a wide range. you ha
.m. out west. i'm poppy harlow. we're here live on boston's boylston street for our continuing special coverage of the boston bombings. new information coming in now on the bombing investigation and the surviving suspect, dzhokhar tsarnaev. let's start out with the investigation and a key piece of evidence. tsarnaev's laptop. authorities are looking for his computer in a land fill, a dump in new bedford, massachusetts. a law enforcement official says investigators went there after getting leads from tsarnaev and others who may have played a part in throwing the computer away. that's key. earlier cnn's susan candiotti explained to anderson cooper why the laptop is a top priority. >> if they can find that laptop, anderson, in this land fill, after it had been ditched somewhere that was, you know, like a dumpster that eventually made it to the land fill, if they can get into that, they can find out things like e-mails and cocts a schedules and instructions. so much other information about how this plot may have come together. >> and, of course that depends on what condition that laptop is
and bravery, and because of their efforts we can close an important chapter in this tragedy. >> poppy harlow is in watertown to walk us through the 24 hours leading up to his arrest, and the teen suspect right now is under heavy, heavy guard. we have been told the suspect lost a lot of blood. what do we know about his condition right now? >> reporter: authorities are saying that he is in serious condition. we don't know the exact extent of his injuries or where they are, but authorities are saying he was weakened from a substantial amount of blood loss when he was discovered yesterday. let's take a look at this picture. this is from cbs news, and it shows dzhokhar on the boat in the back of a watertown home. the resident noticed the tarp had blood on it, and he found dzhokhar curled up and losing blood. there are indications he was shot in the gunfire early in the morning, and then there is a possibility that he was injured again during the shoot-out at the boat. as far as we know right now he is in serious condition. the fbi is in charge of handling all media request and we are hoping for a
'll have a live report from poppy harlow to the reaction of the arrest. >>> friday night's dramatic events followed a massive manhunt. after thursday night's gun fight that resulted in the death of his older brother, dzhokar tsarnaev was finally cornered late friday afternoon hiding on a boat in the backyard of a watertown home. now we go to cnn's edward davis. >> he exchanged gunfire with the police this afternoon. >> there was an exchange back and forth of gunfire this afternoon in the boat location, is that correct? >> that's correct. that's what i've been told. the boston police department, the massachusetts state police, and fbi agents surrounded the boat. there was an exchange of gunfire and eventually they came in. he was able to remove the suspect without further injury. >> just some of the details of what was a very dramatic day in boston. let's go live to brook baldwin. hey, brooke. >> driving here to this live location where we have been c p camped out for the better part of air week here in copley square, it's been celebration in the stleets, driving here, given everything tha
of wilmington. poppy harlow is there. it is a sad story. you spoke to some of the people who were close to him, his close friends. >> i did. it was an amazing scene that unfolded behind us this evening. it was the vigil for that gunned down police officer sean collier, and we were there when the motorcade left boston medical center and brought out here to at least 500 people from the community and fellow police officers, and et cetera coming to honor this 26-year-old hero that we are told by so many people all he wanted to do was to be a police officer. he did realize that dream. tonight, we heard from his brother, andrew, and also the stepfather, and his boss, the police chief at m.i.t. and many people talking about their best memory of this man. and after the vigil, we had a chance to speak one-on-one with a man who knows collier very well, an m.i.t. police chief john difava and he discussed how much this young man meant to m.i.t. and the community and gives you a sense of the quality of person he was. listen. >> i believe he had the calling. he just wanted to be in law enforcement. it was n
have been injured. poppy harlow has been standing by all morning at brigham and women hospitals doing just terrific reporting from there bringing us all the latest information. poppy, what's new now? >> reporter: good morning, john. some very critical information just came out of the press conference with doctors from brigham and women's hospital. we know there are 31 patients here at the hospital, 5 in critical condition right now. the news out of this press conference is -- and i'm quoting the doctor here that held the press conference -- no question some of the objects were implanted in the device. why is this key? this is key because there have been many questions over whether or not bb-like pellets or carpenter nails or objects of that sort were purposefully implanted in these bombs to maximize injury, to increase injury. the evidence that this doctor has seen shows us that that is indeed the case. it is not the case in the majority of the patients that were hit by these blasts, but he said that in at least three patients they found small two to three millimeter in diameter proje
zone, swarming with police, swarming with s.w.a.t. teams, also the national guard. cnn's poppy harlow shows us how this all went down. >> reporter: an extraordinary manhunt for two brothers on the run. >> today we're enlisting the public's help to identify the two subjects. >> reporter: an hour after it began an m.i.t. officer is gunned down, a carjacking and to watertown where a shoot-out with police ensues, some 200 rounds of gunfire exchanged. sources tell cnn the suspects threw grenade and pipe bombs at police. >> we heard gunshots and we saw the explosion. >> a ton of gunshots and like boom, boom, three big bangs. >> reporter: officers shoot 26-year-old tamerlan tsarnaev who later died with explosives strapped to his body. his younger brother dzhokhar flees, armed and dangerous. >> we're looking for a suspect consistent with the description of suspect number two. >> reporter: more than 9,000 officers mobilized, much of boston under lockdown as authorities search high and low for suspect number two. >> we believe this to be a terrorist. we believe this to be a man who has come her
, that this kind of a wink wink nod nod when you start talking about the poppy and the drug situation, which almost colombia fifteen or twept years ago. i'm a seneca at this and i'm surprised the ways things turned out in colombia. because of the political situation there, and this variable can you address that the poppy, they're talking about this year is going to be a bumper crop over there again, and whether money that might be intended for other programs will go to support that underground economy is which is obviously very successful. >> thank you for your visit to afghanistan and taking the time to engage with our u.s. aid tam and look at the project. it's part of an important shared civilian military effort to help degree of to allow our troops to come home and poppy is a huge challenge. we have seen ups and downs. the core driver we have learned this peru, colombia, other areas we had successful what are call called alternative agricultural or alternative development. the core driver of getting people out of the economy to the legal one is making the opportunities in the legal way more econ
paton walsh is with us. cnn's poppy harlow is in watertown to walk us through the 24 hours leading up to the arrest and pamela brown is outside the hospital where the teen suspect is under heavy guard this morning. >> let's beginning now. cnn is the first to speak with the suspect's father after his arrest. he lives in the russia republic of dagestan. nick paton walsh is there and can tell us more. >> reporter: behind me is the apartment where the father lives. we saw him approach here. the third time he went passed us. got out of his car and went into the apartment. we approached his car to ask a couple of questions. this here is what he has to say. cnn. i'm with cnn. i'm so sorry, sir. we just wanted to hear your story is all. this is a difficult time for you. during this exchange it makes it clear he does not believe his sons were ever involved in any of the attacks in boston. i asked him are you going to the united states and he said yes, absolutely. wouldn't answer the question as to when. struggled and was uncomfortable if i asked if russian security services were here and if th
's red sox game. i stand with big poppy and the people of boston. so the fcc says just this once, it's okay. >> they are going to be okay with that. andy sholes, thank you so much. >>> dzhokhar tsarnaev is sedated in a boston hospital. when he wakes up, investigators will have scores of questions for the only surviving suspect. up next a former sbeinterrogato will explain how to hunt for answers. verify and lock. command is locked. five seconds. three, two, one. standing by for capture. the most innovative software on the planet... dragon is captured. is connecting today's leading companies to places beyond it. siemens. answers. 8% every 10 years.age 40, we can start losing muscle -- wow. wow. but you can help fight muscle loss with exercise and ensure muscle health. i've got revigor. what's revigor? it's the amino acid metabolite, hmb to help rebuild muscle and strength naturally lost over time. [ female announcer ] ensure muscle health has revigor and protein to help protect, preserve, and promote muscle health. keeps you from getting soft. [ major nutrition ] ensure. nutrition in
it up and then they take the lead in the fifth. david ortiz and big poppy. he is flying hawaii an. he gave up six runs. in the eighth, more from chris young. he has clout. his second homer of the day and over the green monster and into the parking lot. the a's close to within a run, but they lose it 6-5 and go one and five on this road trip. the sharks had a chance to take sole control of fourth place in the west. couldn't get it done against the phoenix team that has been eliminated from the playoffs. how about romantic hot air balloon ride over the desert. phoenix is playing for pride. this is deflected and off the stick of brad stewart. 2-0 phoenix. it is his 9th of the year, but the scoring would end there for the men in steel. they have one game left in the regular season. that is saturday in l.a. the sharks are clinging to the 5 seed and they will have a chance to finish fourth. the warriors are back home after scorching the nuggets in the playoff victory last night. the series is even at a game apiece. game 3 friday night at oracle. they can't count on shooting 60 tour% from t
in the fifth. david ortiz and big poppy. he is flying hawaii an. he gave up six runs. in the eighth, more from chris young. he has clout. his second homer of the day and over the green monster and into the parking lot. the a's close to within a run, but they lose it 6-5 and go one and five on this road trip. the sharks had a chance to take sole control of fourth place in the west. couldn't get it done against the phoenix team that has been eliminated from the playoffs. how about romantic hot air balloon ride over the desert. phoenix is playing for pride. this is deflected and off the stick of brad stewart. 2-0 phoenix. it is his 9th of the year, but the scoring would end there for the men in steel. they have one game left in the regular season. that is saturday in l.a. the sharks are clinging to the 5 seed and they will have ash fe warriors are back home after scorching the nuggets in the playoff victory last night. the series is even at a game apiece. game 3 friday night at oracle. they can't count on shooting 60 tour% from the field again. 64% from the field again, but the crowd will be loud
. but the british troops senior patrolling with afghans by a field of opium poppies and harvest time last year have failed to stop the crops. in forecasting an increase in production this year, the u.n. blames corruption and insecurity but also failure to help farmers grow other crops. building an alternative to the drug economy in helmand. alternative crops like cotton have failed to find a market. farmers i met have all year. cottonaid the price of is so low that they have to sell it at a loss. and the drug trade has put down deep roots in afghanistan. >> we did not provide a meaningful alternative crop or livelihood. there's no determination on the afghan government side. >> as international troops prepared the winddown combat operations in afghanistan, they leave behind for a bigger open a problem than when they started. , country of 1 million addicts still supplier of most of the world's illegal heroin. >> stay with us on bbc world news. new hope for transplant patients. u.s. scientists have grown an artificial kidney in the laboratory. parkinson's disease is a devastating and incurable condit
of the destruction. as poppy harlow reports tonight. >> even 32 years as an emt cannot prepare someone for horror like this. >> how hard was monday. >> it was -- the city's worst day in our department's history. >> mike bossy has been saving lives since he was 22 years old. on monday he was the finish line command in charge of emt response to the terror attack. he saw the worst of it. >> i saw all three fatalities including the 8-year-old. >> you saw martin? >> yes. plus the kids that were hurt. the kids that look like my kids when they were growing up. >> kimberly robert and christopher were right alongside him. >> we were down around -- >> our first patient was a 17-year-old female. she had blast injuries and shrapnel wounds and an arrest material bleed. >> the same age as her son. then they treated a 44-year-old woman. even as reports of more potential bombs coming in. >> she had pieces of the fence sticking out of her legs and she was burned up a bit and as we were working on her like mike was saying t police tapped her on the shoulder and said you need to go, there's a package behind you, we
of this individual. >> absolutely. >> congratulations to him. thank you for joining me. >>> let's go to cnn's poppy harlow who's live in boston. jubilant scenes replacing scenes of tension and stress for the last few days. >> reporter: good evening, piers. i think this is the first time a lot of people have smiled this entire week, through all of this tonight. we ran into this group of about 400 kids from northeastern university, berkeley college of music, all gathered in the middle of the street. they filled the street up. i want our viewers to listen in to what they were chanting, they were yelling usa, usa, this is boston, this is boston. let's see if we can listen in for a moment. >> usa, usa! usa! usa! usa! usa! usa! usa! >> reporter: just a really incredible scene to itlerrally run into as we turn the corner. this was about 20 minutes after the news came out that they had captured that second suspect. they were jubilant. i asked these college kids were you really scared? they said, absolutely, we were scared. they said they feel a real sense of relief now. they told me, we felt definite fear.
. as a makeshift memorial grows. poppy harlow is there. >> reporter: don, this is one of the most beautiful if not the most beautiful sight in boston now on this glorious spring day. i would say hundreds of people emerged on this makeshift memorial that's been growing hour by hour, day by day. people from boston, from across america, around the world to honor the victims, honor the people that were lost and tell this city that they support boston. some of the messages that stand out to me, this one, always in my thoughts and prayers, remember forever, boston strong. comes from someone i met earlier. it was too difficult to come earlier. another message, never forget, be strong. these posters have been filling up every few hours. city workers come and remove them when they're full, take them to city hall, replace them. then more and more messages are written on here. it is incredibly moving and you see the outpouring of support. i want you to take a minute, look at all of the people, families, young, old here from boston, tourists, people from all over to just stand with this city. down here
doctors here. and our poppy harlow is standing by at brigham and women's hospital right now. one of the best in the nation. and she has details on the more than 144 people injured in this horrible event. good morning, poppy. >> good morning, john. good morning, chris. and that number has held steady for, i can tell you, at least the past few hours since the very early morning hours. but it's the highest that we've had since this attack. 144 people. that is how many have been injured, all ranges of injuries from scratches and bruises to the most severe, complex, including amputations. we can also tell you that this hour that eight of those who are injured are children. and, of course, we told you extensively about that 8-year-old boy who lost his life. eight other children injured at this hour. 17 people in critical condition. 25 all severe -- their injuries are severe. they're in serious condition. ten people, we're told, had to undergo amputations. and late last night i was at a press conference at mass general, another key hospital here, and the doctor was as matter of fact as
hurt here, the people who lost their lives. poppy harlow, at one of the hospitals still fighting battles for the wounded. susan candiotti, latest on the investigation for us. briana keilar, at the white house with the latest response for how they are moving assets and information. and then what is the reaction to this story here in boston? the larger home of the country? the world and its markets? alison kosik at the wall street center to figure out what's going on, looking into markets with us. of course, again, as i've said many times, because it bears repeating. the most important part of this story, those who were injured, over 150, those who lost lives, three people luckily so far that number has not moved up. hopefully it doesn't. let's go to carol costello, on the set. she has more on the little boy whose life was taken here yesterday. >> we talked a lot about martin richard, chris. that little boy. sadly, the face of this tragedy. just eight years old, a much loved boy. a picture of martin according to affiliate station whgh, ran into the street to hug his dad, just about
. thanks to both of you. for now, up next, our poppy harlow. she spoke with some of the neighbors that live nearby the home where the suspect was finally captured. stay with us. our special coverage continues right here on cnn. if you think running a restaurant is hard, try running four. fortunately we've got ink. it gives us 5x the rewards on our internet, phone charges and cable, plus at office supply stores. rewards we put right back into our business. this is the only thing we've ever wanted to do and ink helps us do it. make your mark with ink from chase. has the best pickup coverage in america, with a new 2-year, 24,000-mile scheduled maintenance program, a 3-year, 36,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty, and a 5-year, 100,000-mile powertrain limited warranty. we've got you covered eight ways to sunday. come to think of it, sunday, too. right now chevy truck owners can trade up to a silverado all-star edition and get a total value of $8,500. the dependable, reliable, chevy silverado. >> the intense manhunt for the 19 year old tsarnaev dzhokhar ended in the backyard in watertown, massach
, the emotions hit a crescendo as the victims were remembered. then david big poppy ortiz delivered this mention to his city. >> this jersey that we wear today, it doesn't say red sox. it says boston. we want to thank you, mayor menino, governor patrick, the whole police department for the great job that they did this past week. this is our city. and nobody going to -- >> and the fenway faithful got ready for the eighth inning anthem sweet caroline. this time done by neil diamond. ♪ touching hands ♪ reaching out ♪ touching me touching you ♪ sweet caroline ♪ oh, oh, oh ♪ good times never seemed so good ♪ ♪ so good so good ♪ i've been inclined >> i love that song! we bring in legendary sportscaster and nbc's own bob new myer. i have to start with you. we saw big poppy, we saw the sweet caroline moment. it feels right. new england and boston have a special relationship with the red sox. i think they are the sporting heart of the city and the region. nothing against the cs and the pats and the bs, but the sox are special to the city. to see some of this healing play out in fenway a
's always perfect. the goal is to get better and better each time. >> our poppy harlow's in the crowds gathering outside boston's northeastern university. she joins us now by phone. poppy, crowds here have been chanting, applauding all night long. i imagine it's the same where you are. >> reporter: they have. you know, we came down here, i would estimate about 400 students throughout the streets, on the stoops of dorms, all northeastern students and berkeley college students. we have some video we shot on our ii-- our iphones. mitchell telling us we can rest now. there was a huge day for boston. i asked, were you scared? you saw them jubilant, and they said no, they were very scared and realized how big a deal this capture, having it happen this way is. one thing we want to point out again and again to viewers as they watch the view of the celebration is we still have 58 people injured in the hospital, three in critical condition from this horrific attack. two children still hospitalized. four people killed including that 8-year-old boy, martin richard, the police officer, sean collier
poppy third straight to allow six innings, again look where this ball ends up. and now ninth inning former a andrew bailey strikes out on jed laurie. harrison barn showed flashes of stardom. barns had a break out performance. from golden state's 131-117. a day later warriors still talking about that play. >> it was impress yismt looking at it on the replay. then, looking at photos of it. this is an opportunity for him to be recognized. >> just aggressive. and played like he was sure of himself. i'm still trying to faj ym how he was able to muster that dunk in. oof game two, roll players coming up. they go up four in the fourth quarter, kevin durant out with his three gets okc. >> this abc 7 sports report brought to you by orchard supply and hardware. >> that old saying truth shall set you free. tonight i'm going to explain how that will help you lose weight. >> then at 9:00 you might call it mile high floating. a new service redefines friendly skies. >> starting with middle followed by two episodes of modern family. >> that does it for this edition of abc 7 news. >> from all of us h
and big poppy. he is flying hawaii an. he gave up six runs. in the eighth, more from chris young. he has clout. his second homer of the day and over the green monster and into the parking lot. the a's close to within a run, but they lose it 6-5 and go one and five on this road trip. the sharks had a chance to take sole control of fourth place in the west. couldn't get it done against the phoenix team that has been eliminated from the playoffs. how about romantic hot air balloon ride over the desert. phoenix is playing for pride. this is deflected and off the stick of brad stewart. 2-0 phoenix. it is his 9th of the year, but the scoring would end there for the men in steel. they have one game left in the regular season. that is saturday in l.a. the sharks are clinging to the 5 seed and they will have a chance to finish fourth. the warriors are back home after scorching the nuggets in the playoff victory last night. the series is even at a game apiece. game 3 friday night at oracle. they can't count on shooting 60 tour% from the field again. 64% from the field again, but the crowd will be
right now. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm poppy harlow joining you live from boston this saturday. it is 10:00 out here on the east coast, 7:00 in the morning out west. so glad you're with us this saturday. ahead this hour, the boston bombing suspect may have a lawyer now, but the questioning is far from over. hear what a former secret service agent and interrogator has to say about what could come next. plus, he lost all his limbs, but not his passion for life. an amazing 13-year-old boy, very special message to the victims of the boston bombings. and we're coming to you live from boylston street this morning as people in boston try to get backbu
. >>> good morning everyone. happy sunday. i'm poppy harlow. it's 8:00 here in boston, 5:00 on the west coast. glad you're with us this morning. federal investigators are type-lipped this morning about what they may have found in a nearby landfill. they were searching for dzhokhar tsarnaev's laptop computer. it's believed the bombing suspect's computer could have very critical information about the plans of the attack and whether the brothers truly acted alone as dzhokhar told investigators. the fbi is still conducting interviews as they look fore
. obviously the race stopped for me. i was watching big poppy on tv and the red sox game and he used some colorful language about these terrorists. i said they're not going to stop me i'm going to go do it again. first i was goi i left off. i said no wished do the whole thing again. so i started in hoffington and here i am. >> oh man. >> that is insane! that is awesome. so as you w ere walking, 26.2 miles -- >> i had my ribbon and i kept looking at it and i said another mile. another mile. boston strong. >> what kinds of thoughts were going through your head?e there on that terrible day. are you walking on this beautiful, wonderful, glorious gorgeous days in boston. >> one thing going through my mind was not to trip. look where you're going. or don't get hit by a car or something like that but actually i was waiting to get here so i could see carol. >> oh i do. when you look at t spontaneous memorial >> actually i haven't even gotten there yet. i came over here and saw you and you said to stay around. right after i'm finished here that's one of the reasons i wanted to co
you. jenna: speaking of video getting a little attention, big poppy getting a big pass. the boston red sox star spoke to the crowd in a game over the weekend of the he got fired up. thank you. take a listen. >> this is our [bleep] city. [shouting] nobody is going to dictate it. stay strong, thank you. [cheers and applause] jenna: profanity is no-no on tv. i have to tell jon that all the time. if you slip up you can get fined. the chairman of the fcc saw what happened and tweeted this a short time later saying quote, david ortiz spoke from the heart at today's red sox game. i stand with big poppy and the people of boston. the boston red sox and david ortiz will not be fined by the fcc for cursing. he did apologize by the way for anyone who took offense. jon: we bleeped it out by the way. jenna: to be safe. we don't want to push the limit too much with the fcc, right, jon? jon: we'll get back to the boston investigation on "happening now" just ahead. with ideas, with ambition. i'm thinking about china, brazil, india. the world's a big place. i want to be a part of it. ishares internation
their home to escape the rising water. ryan panetta, 13 years old, led his family to safe. poppy harlow is here with an update. six months for them has just been grueling. >> yeah. it's been a nightmare, that's how the mother put it. so many families have been able to move on, but so many families have not. and the devastation just gets worse after they realize just how much they still face ahead. so this is the story of the panetta family. been keeping in touch with them through all of this. one example of so many families in this area, still reeling from sandy. ryan panetta rescued his family from the rushing waters of superstorm sandy. >> i jumped out. >> jumped out here in the water. >> yes. >> i wasn't thinking that a log would hit me or anything. >> or the electrical power lines. >> he didn't just lose his home. he lost his school was so damaged, he to move to a temporary one. a lot to deal with. >> when something brings down, you have to give up. >> you okay, buddy? what makes it so sad? >> i honestly don't know. >> reporter: everything? >> it's everything. >> reporter: they work
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will face off and face a special election against the sister of comedian stephen colbert. >> i'm poppy harlow in new york. coming up this week on wall street investors will consider a number of economic reports, including key manufacturing and construction data that is set to be released. we'll also get the february factory orders and a look at car and truck sales in march and see how many of the big-ticket items are being sold. it's a pretty good indicator of where we stand in this economic recovery, how much consumers are willing to spend. keep an eye on that and all the big business news. >> i'm a.j. hammer. here's what we're watching this week. i'm one-on-one with the always provocative donald trump. you've got to hear about his latest mission. plus, the barbara walters retirement claims. is she really leaving "the view" for good? >> and if you did not get your easter bunny or easter basket or bucket, here's, why because the easter bunny got pulled over near san diego today. a man wearing an easter bunny costume was riding a shiny red motorcycle when he got stopped by a california
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